In PART 1 of this update we checked out Main Street U.S.A. and part of Adventureland. Now, we have to keep on going through Adventureland, to see if there's something else to see:


Every time we see this, we think: "Couldn't they find a better way to hide that?":


Anyway, let's go to the Enchanted Tiki Room:



The Tiki Room has received some great, new signs:



Finally, no more "Under New Management!!":






The wooden Tiki statues were not spitting water:


They've been "dry" for a while:


Angelica was meeting just outside the "Pirates of the Caribbean" attraction:



Work has almost been competed on one of the future "stops" for the new interactive game:



A new sound system has been added:



Inside the ride, the guy with the hats, only had one... as usual (sorry for the blurry picture):


Some minor work being done on on of the gates of the Caribbean Plaza:


Work continue on the passage between Adventureland and Frontierland:



On the other side:


Moving to Frontierland, work continues on Pecos Bill's facade:



... as well as on the Frontierland Shootin' Arcade (which has been completely demolished inside):


Some Frontierland entertainers, near Donald's meet-and-greet area:



Minor work being done on the Diamond Horseshoe's column:



Some more work for the new interactive game:



You can clearly see the new path:


Now, we'll skip directly to the Land of Tomorrow, as we'll have a separate update for Fantasyland.
Tomorrowland should be the next land to receive some love:


The Tomorrowland News Robot is currently under refurbishment:


In case you wanted to know the exact path of the "Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover," here it is:


The Carousel of Progress sign is still without "year":


...and it's still crooked:


Exiting the park, we noticed that the rarely-used booth near the bus station was open:


To conclude, near the entrance to the parking of the Contemporary resort, workers were replacing the grass:




And that is all! Thank you very much for viewing!

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4 Comment(s):

Zachary said...

That sign is beautiful! I'm so glad to see it back!
(It'd be awesome if we get the Orange Bird back too.....)

BK31 said...

I love seeing those old Allen Bradley buttons on the Peoplemover's control panel. Nice little Milwaukee connection I never knew about until last time we were there in May when I took a picture of the control panel myself. Being a kid from the burbs of Milwaukee we would pass the massive A-B clock tower every time we came into town.

Anonymous said...

How do you know that the Frontierland Shootin' Arcade has been completely demolished?

@ Anonymous: Just to make it clear, it wasn't the building itself that was demolished. As I stated, I saw that the Shootin' Arcade "has been completely demolished inside." All what was inside has been taken away.

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